The Bulgari Suite in Rome Italy

The Bulgari Suite

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Located on the third floor, the Bulgari Suite is a true oasis of peace in the centre of Rome, with a spectacular view over the Mausoleum of Augustus that can be enjoyed through ten imposing windows. Sprawling over 300 square metres, this imperial residence has been embellished with furnishings designed by Antonio Citterio, the most famous collections of the Flexform and Maxalto brands and with custom-made wall fabrics by Rubelli, the historic Venetian brand.

The master bedroom of the Bulgari Suite has an elegant walk-in closet, a spacious bathroom with vanity corner, steam shower and a beautiful bathtub made from a single block of arabesque Corchia marble whose shape is inspired by the Baths of Caracalla.

The suite also has a private kitchen, its own bar counter and a large dining room dominated by the marble table from Agapecasa which was designed by Mangiarotti and which is enhanced by the original plates from the 1930s Ginori series created by Gio Ponti.

The Bulgari Suite can easily be enlarged by joining it to the adjacent suites.

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2 Premium Suites measure 133-square-metres each, offering an unprecedented and authentic experience of Bulgari luxury. Spacious and refined, each element evokes a facet of Bulgari, from its Roman heritage to its Mediterranean origins — seen in the coloured marble of the bathrooms. Each Suite follows one of four colour palettes, channeling the ...


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